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Darkest TormentThe Darkest Torment (Lords of the Underworld #12) by Gena Showalter

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Synopsis: Driven to his death by the demon of Distrust, Baden spent centuries in purgatory. Now he’s back, but at what cost? Bound to the king of the underworld, an even darker force, he’s unable to withstand the touch of another…and he’s quickly devolving into a heartless assassin with an uncontrollable temper. Things only get worse when a mission goes awry and he finds himself saddled with a bride—just not his own.

Famed dog trainer Katarina Joelle is forced to marry a monster to protect her loved ones. When she’s taken hostage by the ruthless, beautiful Baden immediately after the ceremony, she’s plunged into a war between two evils—with a protector more dangerous than the monsters he hunts. They are meant to be enemies, but neither can resist the passion burning between them…and all too soon the biggest threat is to her heart.

But as Baden slips deeper into the abyss, she’ll have to teach him to love…or lose him forever.

Review: Showalter’s Lords of the Underworld hasn’t lost its appeal, even at book 12. You would think that it would get tiring or tedious but every book is fresh in the long term plot of the series. The war between Lucifer and Hades is building, and William and Gilly’s whole relationship-nonrelationship came to a head in this one. I really hope Gilly didn’t screw up everything, though I truly can’t see how she and William will get together with what she did in this one. (Sorry, no spoilers, you’ve got to read). Pandora’s role is changing. Galen, who was the villain for some time, is now looking like a straight up good guy. Baden definitely deserved a happy ending after all of the hell he suffered so I was so happy to witness his redemption and release from the guilt and demons that were plaguing him for so long. Katarina was a strong female character with her own dynamic personality and she certainly didn’t take any crap. Their story was entertaining and enjoyable from beginning to end.  I’m looking forward to Cameo’s story with Lazarus next and I really hope William and Gilly get their book soon.

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